"The question that I had coming into this fight was, 'What Vitor were we gonna see? The explosive Vitor that wants to get somebody hurt, who goes right after them, or the Vitor that lays back and couldn't pull the trigger? He pulled the trigger tonight, and as soon as he hurt [Franklin], he went right in for the kill. Vitor is a 185-pound fighter, that's his weight division. To be honest with you, the way that the last two fights happened with Marquardt and Henderson against Anderson Silva, I think it would be better to see them fight each other, and the winner of that become the next contender. I think Vitor's ready. I think Vitor's ready to fight Anderson Silva."
-- UFC President Dana White sounds off during the UFC 103 post fight press conference on the future of Vitor Belfort in the middleweight division -- specifically his place in line for the 185-pound crown, currently held by fellow Brazilian Anderson Silva. "The Phenom" is coming off a first round destruction of former division champ Rich Franklin on Sept. 19 in Dallas. The stoppage -- coupled with his wins in Affliction -- were enough to convince White that "The Old Vitor" is back and ready to face "The Spider." But was it enough to convince the fans? Opinions please.